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Note Range Fit

Controls: Sgram/PT Dialog >> Pitch-to-MIDI >> Setup
Changes: rFv=n

When the Range Fit button is inactive, incoming notes for the Voice Setup that are outside the Min/Max Range are ignored.

When Fit is active, notes are forced into the range if they are outside it. This is done by interpolating the note according to its position in the Pitch Track Max and Min frequency range. For example, a note that falls 80% of the way betweem Track Min and Track Max will be mapped to a note that is 80% of the way between Range Min and Max.

Please note: This refers to notes going into the Voice. The actual note that is played can be affected by the +/-Note control, as well as by a Changes script that uses the Key Pivot or Range Reflect options.

For example, you could set a narrow Range Min/Max near the top of the Track range, then use +/-Note to move these notes to play a low bass line... it can even be below the bottom of the Track range.

Note: The Range Fit control is disabled when Tempo Mode is set to Percussion, since incoming notes are ignored.

MIDI Changes Script:

Use rFv=n to set the Voice v Range Fit state to the value of n, which may be any unsigned integer or valid expression, including current MIDI control values, random values, current computer keyboard states or mouse position, input or buffered notes, or oscillators. If the value is zero, Range Fit is off; any other value toggles it on.

Alternatively, you can use x instead of a value to toggle the current state. For example, rF2=x toggles the current Range Fit state for Voice 2.

You can use "voice" 9 to set the Range Fit states for all 8 voices to the same value, or to toggle all from their respective current states.

See also MIDI Voice Setup Dialogs, Pitch-to-MIDI dialog, Pitch Track Toolbox - Overview


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